Bitcoin Founder, Satoshi Nakamoto Net Worth Reaches $700 ...

[uncensored-r/Bitcoin] Nobody cares you bought/cashed out (please sticky)

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So many posts "I got 0.01" "I'm cashing out 30%, you should too"
This forum is good for: - news - memes - Q&A - crazy stories
Lots of people are buying/selling... we get it! Some people want 1% bitcoin/networth, some want 99%. We're all big boys, please resist the urge to convince others your strategy is the right one. Some people will be smart/lucky, others will be foolish/rekt. Nobody knows the future.
Thanks for listening. Now... more memes please.
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Are a an 'equivalent' bitcoin millionaire yet?

Just an interesting thought I had tonight.
The number of millionaire households in the US is 9.63 million.
(21 000 000 / your bitcoin networth) = y or to be precise: x = your bitcoin networth (21 000 000 - x) / x = y
y is your guaranteed minimum position in bitcoin wealth ranking.
Are you an equivalent bitcoin millionare yet?
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How much does bitcoin have to rise before the Winklevoss twins networth exceed Mark Zuckercuck's who cheated them with facebook? (it would be sweet revenge). How muchdo they own?

How much does bitcoin have to rise before the Winklevoss twins networth exceed Mark Zuckercuck's who cheated them with facebook? (it would be sweet revenge). How muchdo they own?
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Bitcoin trading: Income Tax notices issued to 4-5 lakh high networth individuals

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Bitcoin trading: Income Tax notices issued to 4-5 lakh high networth individuals

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Inside information: Rumors circulating in high networth socioeconomic circles that the bubble is primed to pop. Get out while you can. Thank me later.
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Friendly reminder that there are estimated to be ~47 Million millionaires globally

It would be literally impossible if even a Quarter of the millionaire population wanted to buy and own 2Btc (~25K).
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Inside information: Rumors circulating in high networth socioeconomic circles that the bubble is primed to pop. Get out while you can. Thank me later. /r/Bitcoin

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Inside information: Rumors circulating in high networth socioeconomic circles that the bubble is non-existent. Buy more while you can. Thank me later.
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Bitcoin trading: Income Tax notices issued to 4-5 lakh high networth individuals

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[uncensored-r/Bitcoin] Do you think owning V or MA is a nice hedge to protect your networth?

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V - Visa MA - Mastercard
If bitcoin were to take over all/most financial transactions, this could potentially hurt these large institutions (unless they somehow integrated bitcoin into their system).
However, if bitcoin were to fail, holding these stocks could possibly help buffer the losses as these companies would likely take over all/most financial transactions in the future.
Are these thoughts baseless? Does anyone agree or disagree?
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However, if bitcoin were to fail, holding these stocks could possibly help buffer the losses as these companies would likely take over all/most financial transactions in the future.
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Inside information: Rumors circulating in high networth socioeconomic circles that the bubble is non-existent. Buy more while you can. Thank me later. /r/Bitcoin

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[uncensored-r/Bitcoin] Inside information: Rumors circulating in high networth socioeconomic circles that the bubble is ...

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Janky Jenkins told me so.
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[uncensored-r/Bitcoin] Inside information: Rumors circulating in high networth socioeconomic circles that the bubble is ...

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What % of your net worth is in bitcoin?

For me, it's 20%. I'm wondering if there are any bitcoiners out there who have a significantly higher percentage of their networth in bitcoin and should I move my % higher?
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HOW INDIVIDUALS INVEST IN BITCOIN

HOW INDIVIDUALS INVEST IN BITCOIN

Why Individuals Face Investment Risks When Investing in the Bitcoin Market


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There are several options available to individual investors who are seeking exposure to Bitcoin. Individuals usually buy Bitcoin with a credit or debit card, using online fiat to crypto services and cryptocurrency exchanges such as Coinbase and Binance. Based on our observations, individuals invest in Bitcoin mostly because of speculative expectations and cannot always properly manage the inherent investment risk.
Retail investors who are seeking to buy Bitcoin face challenges such as undeveloped crypto market infrastructure and complexity of the blockchain technology. They typically are not able to define a proper investment strategy and the optimal portfolio allocation to the new asset class. Therefore, they need professional assistance in making informed investment decisions.

Financial Professionals in the Bitcoin Market


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Financial advisors are still hesitant to enter the crypto market because of the lack of clear regulations and reliable valuation models. In addition, financial advisors still do not have sufficient knowledge of the crypto market infrastructure and basic blockchain expertise to explain their clients how digital assets such as Bitcoin work and the pros and cons of purchasing them.
Ironically, current securities laws and SEC regulations do not allow individuals to invest in Bitcoin through professional investment managers such as crypto hedge funds. This happens because only “accredited investors” are allowed to invest in private investment funds and they have to meet relatively high minimum networth or income requirements. For example, individual investors need to have net worth of at least $1,000,000 and permanent income at least $200,000 or $300,000 combined income if married, to qualify as “accredited investors”.
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Am I invested too heavily in the market? Want to buy a home in 2 years

Hi I am 24, recently engaged. Networth roughly 215k, 39k in cash, 144k in the stock market (index funds), about 20k in bitcoin, 10-12k in alternative assets (gold). I am planning to get married in June 2022 and will be receiving a 100k gift from my fiance's parents. I hope to buy a house after I get married (maybe 3-6 months post marriage). Am I invested too heavily in the market for this time frame?
My salary is 55k. I have a side income of 30-40k. I live at home and monthly expenses are around $1500. I can save $45-50k a year easily (post tax). No debts or anything. I will be looking for a house in NYC/ NJ so high cost of living. House probably around 500-600k.
Looking forward to replies and thank you in advance!
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Should I purchase this home based on my current finances?

I'm desperately needing a larger home (wife and two kids). I've found a place I really like but the price is on the high end at 2.6 million.
I'm 40. I have three paid off houses now, I live in one and rent the other two out. The house I live in now can sell for slightly over 1 million. The other around $850,000 and the other is around $200,000 (it's a small condo). I have another $600,000 in cash and another $600,000 in liquid stock. I have no debt. I also have some bitcoin, Gold, and Yen totaling about $50,000. I have two paid off cars, one is a 2020. I also have a 401k and an IRA that I'm not including since I won't touch that.
In all, my networth is about 3.6 million and it grows each month roughly $75k to $100k.
I'm thinking to either rent out my current house or sell it.
Am I making a financial mistake by buying such an expensive home? Interest rate will be about 2.8%. I can pretty much pay it off immediately if I sell my home.
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